In the report published by the UN Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs (OCHA), it was stated that between 28 July and 10 August, heavy rains and floods affected 35,000 families, most of them displaced, across the country.
In the report, which recorded that 16 provinces and 85 districts of Yemen were affected by heavy rains and floods, it was stated that the houses, livelihoods and water resources of the said 35 thousand families were damaged.
In the report, it was stated that 77 people, including children, lost their lives due to floods and heavy rains during the said period.
The report also noted that heavy rains are predicted to last until 20 August.
In Yemen, which is among the poorest countries in the world, the humanitarian crisis that has been growing for years due to civil war has reached terrible proportions.
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